Hi I've been learning about angular momentum and torque, and today I learned that torque actually has a direction that is not simply the direction of rotation. I saw about the right-hand rule to establish which direction the torque is going in. My question is - if an object is rotating, will it naturally want to travel in the direction of the torque generated? Is that how gyroscopes work? Another question is what is the difference between torque and angular momentum? Does angular momentum generate torque? Thanks!